Top 10 Tourist Attraction To Visit In Morocco

Discover the best places to visit in this captivating country with our list of the top tourist attractions in Morocco.

9-Ait Ben Haddou

This golden-stoned adobe kasbah (fortress) thrusts dramatically out of the earth amid scenery that wows all who visit. It’s a fairy-tale place, and unsurprisingly the orange-hued turrets and curvy lanes inside have become a favorite film location for Hollywood due to the surreal beauty of the place. You can even sleep within the kasbah if you want the full Ait Ben Haddou experience, though those who like their creature comforts should be aware that there’s no electricity within the fortress itself.

8-Draa Valley

In the Draa, there is the longest river in Morocco. This river is 1250km Long But it does not always get to the ocean. Often her waters are consumed to be along the way. Only in spring, it will flow with all of its might neat it a Village and oases formed. One of them is the first sultan of Morocco was born also this river valley was marked to be beginning to the world culture. Here you also found one of the oldest statuettes of a woman.

7-Bab al-Mansour

This mammoth gateway (which guards the entrance to Meknes’ Imperial City district from the medina) is noted for its stunning decoration. Meant as a monumental reminder of the sultan’s might, the Bab al-Mansour is a magnificent relic of Meknes’ glorious era as capital of Morocco. It’s widely regarded as Morocco’s grandest and best preserved gateway.


Despite its old age and architecture, Meknes makes its way to the list of the top best places to visit in Morocco. It is located in the north of Morocco, and is a 9th-century medina and also one of the country’s previous capitals.


Essaouira is one of the top Morocco tourist attractions. And not just because it’s a great city to get away from the heat and monotony of the big city’s lifestyle, but also because it’s the place where season three of Game of Thrones was shot!


Chefchaouen was located on a gorgeous mountain city in the northeastern of Morocco. It was a blue city in sunny morocco. It seemed thats the water and sky are on one night painted it whole.

3-Todra gorge

Todra gorge was located on the east side of the High Atlas Mountains. It was also a part of a done canyon by the Dades and Todra rivers. In some places, the distance between the rocks was reached at least 12 meters and their height is only 165 meters. Thats was one of the favorite places for climbers and hikers.

2-Marrakesh medina

The bustling and vibrant buzz of Marrakesh medina sums up Morocco for many visitors and is a major tourist attraction. The old city is entered from the vast plaza of Djemma el-fna Square where, it seems, half the city converges throughout the day and into the evening to hang out with the stall vendors, traditional musicians, snake charmers, and random acrobats.


Morocco’s number one Roman ruin is a feast for history lovers, with a clutch of remarkable mosaics still interred where they were unearthed. This site is also full of tumbled columns and temple remnants, standing as reminders that even the greatest empires eventually crumble.

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